Sustainable bamboo kitchen for your home

The kitchen is an important part of every home. When designing a kitchen, it is important to choose materials that fit well with the design of the house. Bamboo worktops or cabinet fronts bring a warm element into the kitchen and are loved as a durable, natural and rock hard material. MOSO® offers several possibilities to make a kitchen out of bamboo, with various advantages compared to other materials.

Bamboo offers several benefits in comparison with other materials for kitchens:

  • Bamboo flooring with warranty
    up to 30 years warranty
  • CO2 neutral
  • hard & durable
  • healthy
  • high stability

The advantages of bamboo

A kitchen made of MOSO® Bamboo offers many benefits over other materials:

  • The natural look with, depending on the chosen bamboo style, a linear to wild line pattern,
  • A strong, wear-resistant and hard material that lasts for years and years,
  • The low emissions contribute to a healthy indoor climate,
  • CO2 neutral MOSO® Bamboo Products contribute to sustainable building and a lower ecological footprint.
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Bamboo kitchen by Van Slageren

Bamboo kitchen doors

Bamboo Solid Panel is very suitable to be used as kitchen doors. Compared to wood, bamboo is very stable and compared to synthetic veneer, bamboo offers a much more natural finish. The multi-layer construction of the panel also gives a unique effect on the sides of the cabinet doors. As an alternative to solid panels, kitchen doors can also be made with bamboo veneer pressed onto a chipboard.

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Massive Bambusplatten in der Kitchzen Küchen

Various bamboo optics

Bamboo Solid Panels are available in 6 different optics: the styles High Density®, Side Pressed and Plain Pressed in the colours Caramel and Ecru. With these 6 optics, multiple appearances can be created. Not only thanks to the difference in looks between the optics, but also in selecting the preferred finish, that can be a lacquer or oiled with or without colour pigments.

Bamboo worktop in the kitchen

When choosing a worktop in the kitchen, the appearance, technical characteristics and price play an important role. Bamboo, the natural, fast-growing alternative to all kinds of other materials, scores particularly well when a natural look and a hard material are desired. A MOSO® Bamboo Panel, especially in the versions with a Density® top layer, is hard and very suitable as a worktop. As with wood, you can determine the appearance with the finish of your choice. For a long life span, a worktop must be finished with an oil or lacquer. Depending on the use, the worktop must be maintained at regular intervals.

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MOSO head office and bamboo worktop

MOSO® Bamboo Products

A bamboo kitchen can be realized in various ways, for example with a worktop or cabinet fronts or a complete construction of bamboo. The choice of the product depends on the way of use, the combination with other (bamboo) materials and the design.

Bamboo floor in the kitchen

The kitchen floor suffers a lot: the residents make use of a relatively small floor area and stains occasionally occur when food or drinks are spilled. A bamboo floor, especially with a Density® top layer, is hard and very suitable as a floor for the kitchen. The Density® material is so hard that there is no immediate dent if an object falls on it. With the right finish, a long service life is guaranteed, even with intensive use of just a few square metres. A bamboo floor can very well be combined with a bamboo worktop.

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MOSO Bamboo floor and panel used in kitchen private residence in Asker, Norway

Extremely hard and durable

Moso bamboo is one of the fastest growing plants on earth. The bamboo stems grow from an underground root system and after 5 years a stem can be harvested, while the others continue to grow. This means the bamboo can be used without destroying the forest. After harvesting, the Moso bamboo stems are split and the outer skin is removed. By treating bamboo with steam, the light brown colour becomes more intense and the yellow shade disappears, we call this Ecru. By increasing the temperature and pressure during the steam treatment a warm brown colour appears we call caramel. After treating and drying, the strips are ready to be joined in several ways to make the final product. Depending on the method of laminating or compressing the strips, a bamboo product is created in the style Side Pressed (narrow strips side by side), Plain Pressed (wide strips side by side) or High Density® (compressed under high pressure). After production and finishing, the bamboo panel or floor is stronger and harder than almost any other wood.

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MOSO bamboo products production

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